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'm in for ama daetz who is on assign independent boston. with the sole surviving boston bombing suspect in custody in the hospital and in deep trouble, boston is trying to get back to normal. we begin with the latest developments in the boston bombings. we have a first look at the last moments of freedom for the second suspect. massachusetts police just released these images today. they show dzhokar tsarnaev wounded and widing in a boat just moments before he was captured yesterday. ♪ sweet caroline. >> neil diamond sang his "sweet caroline" a song sung at red sox home games. a sense of pride and loss emanated from the crowd. ama daetz joins us live from boston tonight with the story of a city's strength. >> ama: i'm standing here at one of the barricades on boylston street, and just to my right here is the area that been shut down all week after the bombings monday morning. today, saturday, boston is coming back alive, now that the second beening suspect has been captured. >> won't you join us as we observe a moment of silence. >> after a solemn moment at fenway park honoring the vic
of two boston bombing suspects with a live update from ama daetz from watertown. >> stepped up security ahead of a bay area run to honor victims of the marathon bombing with precallings being >> abc7 news starts with breaking news. >> in boston, the city and several suburbs are locking down while agents hunt for the second of two suspects from the marathon bombing. >> they conservationed on watertown after a series of events that started in cambridge where an officer was killed at m.i.t. but that lockdown is extended and we are talking 4.5 million people. ama daetz is in watertown, massachusetts, with the latest. >> eric and christian, in -- kristen, in the greater boston area 7.6 million are told to shelter in place. no school. no mass transit. no one in or out of the town of watertown behind me on the border of it here. we have seen lots of officers, bus loads, full bus loads coming by as police continue the investigation with flashing lights behind me looking for the second suspect in the boston marathon bombing. look at this piurof the suspect. he was the man in the white from the p
tomorrow. i'm ama daetz. this easter sunday is a soggy one. live look, you see the transamerica building. rain has stopped in san francisco for now, but you can see from the rooftop camera that it is cloudy out there. let's get the latest on the rain from leigh glaser. >> we have had some severe thunderstorm warnings posted earlier this evening for parts of eastern contra costa. those have since expired, but not a lot of moisture out there. what is out there is starting to fire up a bit. we'll take you out toward bethel island area, very heavy rain moved through there through the last 30-40 minutes. brentwood and antioch. moderate rain in the green shades is moving into the healdsburg area. if you look at lucas valley, oranges and yellows, heavy rain. possibility also of maybe a little bit of hail indicated in this. we just updated this for you. this particular cell is traveling north and should move into the novato area in about 15 minutes. fremont seeing the rain as is hayward. speaking of rain, did we get a lot of it and much needed rainfall. close to half an inch in san francisco. be
'm ama daetz. >> dan: there is a man hountd hurnt for a man thought to be being armed and dangerous. alan wang is there with the latest. >> reporter: the suspect had a number of arrests weapon charge arrests against him here in santa clara county. that is why they brought out the search dogs, swat and armored vehicle. this property contained a tattoo ploor and a bunch of rvs. he managed to hide back there and slip away. >> sky7hd was overhead as santa clara county swat went trailer to trailer looking for a parolee by u.s. marshals. they were serving a warrant including weapons charges. >> they saw him going towards one of the rvs and trailers. though called him out. he refused to come out. he went into one of the rvs. >> they quickly called in back up. canines scoured the lot that held a lo looted of old rvs a tattoo parlor and a car shop but t managed to slip away. >> he was a parolee released from prison but not been in compliance with his parole terms. he was pretty dangerous. they wanted to take him back into custody. >> reporter: now, a resident in a house behind me she didn't know h
>> ama: good evening, i'm ama daetz. they are trying to figure out what led to a deadly shooting. a man in his 20s was shot and killed at an apartment on pacific avenue about 2:30 this morning. police have arrested a man in his 50s. the apartment is on pacific near taylor street in a quiet part of nob hill. a neighbor says she heard a commotion early this morning. >> i could hear a couple fighting, screaming and then i could hear the gun go off. then the lady was crying really hard. she called police. i could hear the police coming in and i could hear them saying one person is dead. >> ama: police have not confirmed if there was a woman involved or if there was an argument before the shooting. >>> a gun buy-back program in south san francisco handed out thousands of dollars to get 250 guns off the streets today, however, it was overshadowed by a huge gun show in daly city. nick smith was at the event. >> five children a day are killed in this country due to gun violence. >> california congresswoman jackie speier held a gun buy-back in south san francisco. gun owners were urged to
accused of grabbing a young child and trying to run off. good evening, i'm ama daetz. it happened in pittsburg in corrosion -- contra costa county. this sketch has been released and police are looking for the man who was scared off by the wild's mother. lisa amin gulezian has the latest. >> lisa: just a little while ago officers started going door to door with this flier in hand. a sketch of a man police say tried to kidnap a little girl yesterday afternoon. police hope the man in the flyer will look familiar to someone who can help identify him. the attempted kidnapping happened just before 2:00 here at snow flake way and raindrop circle. the man walked up to a two-year-old girl as she played in her driveway. he grabbed her and started running. her mother screamed and chased the suspect, who topped the little girl in bushes and kept running. police have been searching the neighborhood for clues. special search dogs were brought no to try to catch the suspect's seen -- scent. those who live neared are scared and worried about the children in the neighborhood. >> there are other li
and parents after hearing their school is shutting down. i'm ama daetz. tonight those parents are fighting back to keep the school open. sergio quintana is live inan francisco where he caught up with concerned parents. reporter: on fririday parents we given this letter from the head of school, spelling out the main reason why it could be potentially be closing down. this school is right in at the heart of downtown san francisco, couple blocks from union square. school leaders say their rent was heightened beyond whates affordable. students and parents were shocked to learn school leaders considering closing their doors. the flex academy is a charter high school with 150 students. parents we talked with tell us the alternative class structure allows students to work in a setting that is more independent as public schooling and not as isolated as home-schooling. the parents said they had no idea the school was having difficulty with the lease so it was a shock. >> it was a great school, and the city needs schoolske this. th kids -- if the school close, the kids have to leave here, their cred
>>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. police are searching for a person that attacked a group of tourists outside their hotel. it happened last night at best western on 7th street south of market. police have a license plate as well as security video. tomas ramon tells us what happened. >> there was blood all over the street right in front of the elevator. >> jennifer and her daughter are visiting from north carolina. they say they got their shock of their lives when they returned to their hotel friday night. police were everywhere and cordoned off the area. they were taking two stabbing victims to the hospital. >> we seen him and he had wounds. >> the hotel operations director says the altercation between the two groups started at 11:50 friday night. >> they were a group of people. >> wanted of them wanted to use the restroom. >> after being refused access to the restroom, they got into an argument with some tourists that were just checking in. their bags can still be seen inside the minivan. >> they moved outside where the incident happened. >> outside one of the men in the
'm ama daetz in boston with the story. >> security at bay area sporting eventsle what is being done to protect you. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ woo woo woo >> a stro of strength for boston today at fenway park as the city and nation recover from a terrorist attack. and tonight we're learning more about how authorities caught the second suspect hiding for hours in a boat. i'm on to ama daetz. ama daetz is live in boston tonight where the city is slowly recovering. >> ama: we're back by boylston street today, where is there a memorial that has been there for days now, and on this saturday, it as if boston is saying, we're back, after the second suspect has been captured. [cheering] >> you can feel the energy in boston as the city comes alive one day after law enforcement captured the second marathon bombing suspect. >> all united to get this one idiot, whatever, to cause this much problems between these people on a special day that all countries are united. so i'm glad they got this guy. >> at fenway park the red sox game began with a moment to honor the victi
of the accused boston bombers, and now a community tries to get back to normal. ama daetz is in boston. there's a candlelight vigil in watertown, massachusetts tonight, to remember the victims of the boston marathon bombing and to honor the officers involve in the manhunt that followed. the suspect was captured last night. the 19-year-old is still in the hospital under heavy police guard. he is in serious condition and not yet able to communicate with detectives. >> as police and federal agents closed in on he accused helicopter a helicopter was beaming back these thermal images of him hiding in boat. >> we have movement in the boat. he just stat up. >> the orders went out to do everything to cap tour 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev alive, even after an initial exchange of gunfire. phloem white house down the priority is to learn the motives for the attack. three people were killed and 180 were severely wounded. >> we will determine what happened. we will investigate any associations these terrorists may have had. >> sir never was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but once he is consc
to normal. ama daetz is in boston. there's a candlelight vigil in watertown, massachusetts tonight, to remember the victims of the boston marathon bombing and officersnor the officers involve in the manhunt that followed. the suspect was captured last night. the 19-year-old is still in the hospital under heavy police guard. he is in serious condition and not yet able to communicate with detectives. >> as police and federal agents closed in on he accused helicopter a helicopter was beaming back these thermal images of him hiding in boat. >> we have movement in the boat. he just stat up. >> the orders went out to do everything to cap tour 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev alive, even after an initial exchange of gunfire. phloem white house down the priority is to learn the motives for the attack. three people were killed and 180 were severely wounded. >> we will determine what happened. we will investigate any associations these terrorists may have had. >> sir never was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but once he is conscious a special team of agents will question him without
>>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. two people were seriously injured after san francisco police opened fire on them. it happened at 2:00 this morning around the police station. >> reporter: the the store is where a police officer fired on a suspect that was pointed ago gun into a crowd of people. a fight broke out among two groups of people, some had left the elbow room earlier. >> one pulled a gun on the group. citizens ran into the parking lot at mission station calling the attention to the officers that someone had pulled a gun. >> two officers responded from mission police station which is just across the street. >> fearing the folks were going to be shot and killed fired upon the suspect, striking the suspect. we don't know the circumstances. another person was hit by gunfire. >> both men were taken to san francisco general hospital in critical condition. the numbers indicate where the shells were shot. they got the gun they found it was an air powered weapon. if there was to indication that any of his customers were having any issues. >> we had no incidents as far as any k
throughout the weekend. we'll also have live reports later today from boston with ama daetz. she has been there all week. at 5:00 and 6:00 you can follow her on twitter at ama@abc7. >> and it's great out there we're beginning to warm up and i'll tell you how warm it's going to get. >> also next for a second day the f.b.i. visits a bay area company that makes a battery used in the boston marathon bombing. why officials are hopeful they will figure out who purchased the battery. we continue to follow the massive explosion in texas. the help that is on >>> people at boston commons cheered the news of the capture of the second suspect in the bombs last night. nearby watertown, crowds spontaneously burst into cheers as police cars went by. in our time of rejoicing, let's not forget the family of the three people that were killed. richard died the finish line. more than 180 people were injured and 58 remain hospitalized. >>> the f.b.i. spent a second day in fremont at the headquarters. the company makes a battery that they used in the boston bombing. the company gave the f.b.i. a list of people
-- covered powder and dancing and feasting. >> that does for us here at 5:00. i'm ama daetz. for everyone here, thank you for joining us. world news is next. see you back her >>> this is "world news." tonight, outbreak. the new cases of bird flu this evening. why this strain is so alarming. america's top scientists racing to come up with a vaccine. and dr. besser with late word tonight from the cdc. he's standing by. >>> on alert. the first major storm of the spring, moving fast tonight. more than a dozen states to get hit with severe weather. meteorologist ginger zee on the tornadoes. telling us, it's not a matter of if, but when. and the 80-degree temperatures coming, too. >>> to catch a thief. watch this. the airport worker caught on tape. the moments that passengers put their luggage on the conveyor belt, his rummaging through it. tonight, authorities say his wife was in on it. >>> and what a rush. watch the performance of the 7-year-old on the field. this way. that way. and then, he was off. >> in midfield. listen to this crowd. >> the careers and the tears, the parents who never tho
fallen, earned $10 million. that's it for us. i'm ama daetz. thank you for joining us. >> right now, returning to "jurassic park" in 3-d. >> you get a sense that you're trapped along with them. >> scaring up screams with "evil dead." >> i ruined the shot because the cameraman -- >> stars discover a world of wonder. >> i want to go out there in costume. >> and a quest to conquer with "game of thrones." >> i love that constant evolution of it. >> we're rolling out the red carpet now. welcome to "on the red carpet" from universal studios, hollywood. i'm rachel smith. we're here to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of our favorite movies, "jurassic park." we'll check out jurassic park the ride but first, get ready, because the dinosaurs are roaring their way back into the big screen this week. >> must go faster. >> t-rex stomps back on to the big screen, this time, reimagined by director steven spielberg in 3-d. >> "jurassic park," in a sense, was shot in my mind in 3-d with shots of the animals coming into the lens and i called them trombone effects where suddenly creatures and peo
'm ama daetz. >> for all of us here, we appreciate your time. have a great weekend ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- patrick dempsey, from "mad men," elisabeth moss, and music from seth sentry, with cleto and the cletones. and now, before i forget, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the show. thank you for watching. thank you for finding your way here. for those of you visiting us from near or far, welcome to los angeles, the second most pest infested city in america. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] orkin, the pest control company, ranked l.a. the number two most vermin plagued city in the nation. chicago is number one. chigago gets -- >> woo! >> jimmy; are you a rat
and making a push for tighter gun control. >>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. her message came as both sides inthe gun control debate took part in events here in the bay area, including a gun buyback in south san francisco, and a gun show at the cow palace. reporter: good evening. there's a clear disconnect. there were thousands at today's gun show. day one of a two-day event. now everyone agrees that illegally obtained weptz need to be off the streets, but those who purchased their guns legally don't feel they should be further regulated or monitors. >> five children a day are killed in this country due to gun violence. >> california congresswoman jackie spear, along with several local city leaders, held a gun buyback in south sba san -- souh san francisco. >> gets a lot of the guns off the street, and out of the houses without being used, that can eventually fall in the wrong hands. >> the congresswoman's efforts don't start there. she wants a federal ban on assault weapons and complete background checks. >> we're arguing right now about one of the most sensible laws that we should have on
the top five films. >> that's it for us. thank you for joining us. i'm ama daetz, for lisa, mike shumann, and coming up next, the making of the new exploratoryup. we'll be back at 9:00 and 11:00. >>> hi, i'm dan ashley and i'm standing on top of a bay area treasure. the san francisco exploratorium is being reborn here at it's new home at pier 15. the pier has been entirely rebuilt from top to bottom and inside this global pioneer of hands-on science museum is pushing new boundaries in art and science and just plain fun. abc7 is proud and excited to be the official tv partner for the exploratorium. museum opens on april 17th but you get to see it now. >> the new exploratorium means more to explore. >> abc7 means more access. >> why not be a team? you get a special look inside the exhibits right here. more to explore the making of the new exploratorium starting now. ♪ ♪ >> this is awesome. this is more i can ever experience. >> it freezes a million a second. >> there is more things to do here. >> it's big, big and fun. [ laughter ] >> i think it's really cool. i'm having as much fun as
at 6:00 abc 7 news reporter ama daetz is with fbi agents as they search roof tops for evidence this, year's winners of the golden environmental prize from a teacher protecting skies in tuscan. we'll have those story pz more coming up at 6:00. >> thank you. >> a rare gem fetched a pretty penny. >> this pink diamond sold for $32.3 million. >> it was discovered 300 years ago and once belonged to an indian prince. >> yes. 34 carats by the way. seller and buyer were anonymous. >> that is what i'm >>> this is "world news." tonight, break in the case. new leads on the bomber at the boston marathon. was the bomber caught on tape by a store surveillance camera? the abc news team standing by with the latest. >>> breaking news in that poison alert. an arrest in the case of the deadly letters laced with ricin sent to the president and a senator. we have details coming up now. >>> voted down. a huge defeat for the big gun bill. tonight, outrage from the families of the victims of gun violence. >> our hearts are broken. our spirit is not. >>> and in their own words, tonight as the people of bosto
think we do. live in boston, ama daetz, abc7 news. >> thank you. as the city of boston starts to get back to normal, we're learning more about what it took to track down the suspects. the five-day nightmare ended last night when dzhokar tsarnaev was found in the back of a boat in the back yard of a home. when he was found he initially refused to come out of the boat. >> you could tell he was alive and moving, and we began the negotiations that way, and over a long period of time we were able to finally get him to surrender. >> in an expliews -- exclusive interview, neighbor of towboat owner, described the chaos. >> yelling: get out, get out, get out. >> the suspect was rushed to the hospital and watertown residents gathered in the streets streetsr the law enforcement. >>> the younger brother remains in the hospital right now. 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev is in serious bit stable condition. authorities say he is unlikely to be able to communicate yet. >> the fbi has updated his wanted poster to say, captured, under his picture. a public defender will represent him in court. he is exp
in mind. good evening, i'm in for ama daetz, who is on assignment in boston. >> with one bombing suspect dead and the other a prisoner in a hospital bed, authorities have a long investigation ahead. today in boston the focus was on the victims. we're live where prayers were offered for the victims and the heroes. reporter: we have just learned this breaking right now. law enforcement sources say the terror suspect dzhokar tsarnaev is aquake and they're questioning him regarding whether he had accomplices or if there are unexplode bombs in the area. the issue is that he still has a severe wound to his neck so he is not able to speak. right now he is communicating through writing. this is nearly one week since the terror attack. ♪ >> the grieving and healing continues in boston, with families gathering to honor the victims at sunday mass. ♪ america, america,. ♪ god shed his grace on thee -- . >> a growing memorial at the finish line. >> we had to do this for the children, our children, and the children of boston and everywhere. reporter: charges are expected to be filed soon against
daetz who is on assignment in boston. we want to get right to abc7 meteorologist leigh glaser for a look at the heat. any records today? >> leigh: no records today but turning to live doppler 7hd and you can see no returns. we're in a very dry weather pattern, and would you take a look at the highs for today. no records, although very toasty. santa rosa, 87. 81 in oakland. livermore, 89. san jose, 84. these numbers well above where we should be. check out the 24-hour change. up ten degrees from this time yesterday in santa rosa. up 11 at sfo. and we could have some record highs tomorrow. i'll show you which areas could see these records. >> turning now to boston, where a community is trying to recover from chaos. ♪ >> a memorial today as hundreds of people gathered to remember the victims of monday's bombing at the boston marathon. a moment of silence will be held tomorrow at 2:50 eastern time. the momente first bomb snierl worshipers filled boston's cathedral of the holy cross today. the cardinal calling for peace, seeing the crimes of the two young men should not justify p
>>> i'm katie marzullo in for ama daetz. the one living suspect in the marathon bombing is in awake but his ability to communicate is limited. the latest on the suspect as the city of boston gets back to normal. >> law enforcement sources tell abc news dzhokar tsarnaev is awake in a boston hospital and being questioned about possible accomplices and unexploded bombs. he is responding in writing due to a serious throat injuries. >> they had other bombs and other explosives and they were planning to do something else. >> this is the first moment that the interrogation team has spoken to him since the manhunt. >> new video shows him hiding in a boat as stun grenades exploded. his older brother was killed in another police shootout and they are looking to a recent trip of russia that is a hotbed of islamic activity. >> from there, what happened a marathon day. >> federal authorities say the amount of evidence is overwhelming including this photo showing him placing a bomb near eight-year-old martin richard who was killed. families gathered at sunday mass to remember the victims. a wake
. ama daetz has the story. >> i've never seen a bedbug infestation in a restaurant. that is unusual. >> heather is with the county of environmental health. they received a complaint about bedbugs in the furniture in campbell. they confirmed that the specimen was a bedbug. starbucks have been pro-active. >> they brought the pest control company in. they had several treatments. there is no evidence that kioblt found that bugs are currently there. >> a customer heard about the bedbugs but isn't concerned. >> i think they removed all what they call the soft furniture. i don't think it's going to be too big of a problem. >> the county says starbucks has a pest control company that continues to follow up on the problem, they bite but not known to carry a disease. >> find information on how to deal with bedbugs on abc7news.com. it sounds creepy. >> let's get a check of the weekend forecast. >> live doppler 7-hd. the weather is looking fantastic for the weekend. we will see the usual low clouds and fog around the bay first thing in the morning and that is where the low cloudiness is right n
starbucks has a problem on its hands. it's called in pest control to handle a bedbug infestation. ama daetz has the story. >> i've never seen a bedbug infestation in a restaurant. that is unusual. >> heather is with the county of environmental health. they received a complaint about bedbugs in the furniture in campbell. they confirmed that the specimen was a bedbug. starbucks have been pro-active. >> they brought the pest control company in. they had several treatments. there is no evidence that kioblt found that bugs are currently there. >> a customer heard about the bedbugs but isn't concerned. >> i think they removed all what they call the soft furniture. i don't think it's going to be too big of a problem. >> the county says starbucks has a pest control company that continues to follow up on the problem, they bite but not known to carry a disease. >> find information on how to deal with bedbugs on abc7news.com. it sounds creepy. >> let's get a check of the weekend forecast. >> live doppler 7-hd. the weather is looking fantastic for the weekend. we will see the usual low clouds and fog a
bigger and brighter than usual. >> amazing. >> that's it for abc7 news. i'm ama daetz. thank you for joining us. see you >> the following and time lifvertisen ♪ you're the meaning in my life ♪ ♪ you're the inspiration >> ♪ that's how much i feel >> ♪ feel for you, baby >> ♪ how much i feel >> ♪ wur tou >> intimate moments, cherished memories, unforgettable romances, the language of love can be spoken in many ways. and nothing ignites your emotions like the power of love. >> ♪ i'll always love you ♪ for the rest of my days >> ♪ a one in a million ♪ chance of a lifetime >> ♪ stuck
>> ama: good evening, i'm ama daetz. four fishermen were trapped on their boats after big flames devoured the vessel. the men were brought back to shore. they were about three-quarters of a mile from candlestick point >> reporter: this 21 foot fishing boat is on flames. you can see three men attempting to stay away from the flames and smoke. one man is in the water. the owner says about 9:30 a.m. saturday his engine started funny. >> killed the engine, as soon as i heard this zach and poof. >> the flames and smoke swept into the boat quickly. >> one of our friends went into the water because the smoke was so overwhelming for him. >> mike was one of the persons watching the drama. >> i wouldn't want to be on that boat, no. small boat and nowhere to go with a fire like that. >> 911 call brought out fire boats from south san francisco and sfo but with the tide out the water was too shallow to put out fire and for other boats to reach the crew. only rescue boat that could reach the stranded fishermen was marine 7 of the san francisco police department. you can see the boat come up al
tightening involves homeland security. i'm ama daetz. new details on the sequester. we learned that coast guard patrols on the bay will be reduced due to those budget cuts. to the mass roman has the story from san san francisco. >> we have learned from a local law enforcement source that patrols, routine patrols and other activities usually performed by the coast guard, have already been cut and bay area fire and police agencies are being asked to take up the slack. >> this imperial attitude on the part of the administration. >> we do apologize. we'll try to get you more information on the coast guard cuts. >> some el people receiving unemployment benefits in california will feel the sequester pinch. federal extensions starting today or after will be cut by nearly 18%. the average worker will lose $52 per week. >> it also resulted in 5% cut in each of the donary's national parks. the joe september tee valley visitor center hours will be two hours shorter from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. trailing repair and maintenance could also be scaled back. >> the sequester includes a total of $85 billion
:00. i'm ama daetz, for leigh glaser, mike shumann, thank you for joining us. we'll be back at 9:00 and 11:00. right now, robert downey, jr. returns for "iron man 3!" >> i know who to call. >> mark wahlberg gets ripped! >> finally getting to eat whatever i want was a blast. >> stars celebrate a night at the movies. >> i'm very happy to be there representing the horror flicks. >> and kevin spacey's house of cards! >> we're rolling out the red carpet now. >> hello, welcome to on the red carpet from the tcl chinese theatre. i'm rachel smith. we'll get you to the red carpet in a moment, but first the big story in hollywood. this has got to be one of the most famous spots in hollywood, where the biggest celebrities in the world have put their hand and footprints. look, here's robert down,
>>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. forced federal budget cuts continue to take their toll on the bay area. coastguard patrols on the bay will be reduced and what it means for your safety on the water. >> reporter: san francisco bay received fewer patrols as sequester cuts are felt by homeland security. they managed to keep line items like search and rescue operations intact. bay patrols will be cut back. >> what they are not been able to do some of the preventative searches. at least on the san francisco side of the bay with the fire department and police department. >> reporter: we have learned that bay area cities with law enforcement patrol boats have been asked to take over some of the routine work like patrolling specific events on the bay. word of bay patrol cuts brings as faa brings back air traffic controllers across the nation. relief is being felt by passengers at sfo. >> that is great news they are not cutting back. we were delayed coming up here. the air traffic control, it affects a lot of people. >> they were delayed coming up from southern california but there was litt
. the showers today in san francisco. and more wet weather is coming our way. good evening, i'm ama daetz. let's take a live look outside at a view of the bay from the east bay hill camera. those nice clouds out there, but it's bring more wet weather. let's check in with leigh glaser with a look. >> leigh: much of the bay area seeing a little bit of a break. the rain is starting to really come down in the central valley area. modesto, sacramento, all near davis and you can see another batch of heavy rain redeveloping off the coast. just in the last 45 minutes, davis, woodland, moderate rain, and report0s ukiah seeing moderate rain. the yellow and orange is have heavy rain, and you can see moderate rain brkt 19 miles off the coast near the golden gate bridge. this rainfall has given some parts of the bay area some much-needed rain measurements, and we'll took at those coming up, plus let you now how much long their the wet weather will be with us. >> to tonight's other bill story. a dramatic scene in san jose after a car plowed into a k-mart, crashing into customers. sky 7hd shows the user -- a
bay area >> good evening, i'm ama daetz in type of's headlines, a big fuel leak has closed a caltrain service in san francisco. 800 gallons of fuel seeped out. crews have to take up the tricks to get out the fuel. that will take some time. the caltrains are running, bypassing the station. >> a two-year-old hurt in an accident is on the mend. corey abrams underwithin disk fusion surgery. three california touris are recovering from wounds from a fight outside a san francisco hotel. the tourist got in a fight and two of them were robbed. >> police in southern california are again fielding emergency calls that send them to the homes of celebrities. there will four this week in the l.a. area and the authorities want to catch the hoax callers. >> calls sound frighteningly real. >> they shot my wife. >> you just shot -- >> this one part of a prank known as swatting is fake. callers use so-called spoofing software to disguise their real phone number, doo wopping 9-1-1 operators and sending police officers to emergencies don't exist. >> residents may not have any idea we're responding to their
fires on two people, both seriously injured i'm ama daetz. it happened just after 2:00 this morning right in front half the mission police station. tomas roman is live at the scene with details. reporter: when the shooting was over this morning police discovered the gun they thought the suspect was holding turned out to be an air pistol. but at first sight police say the officer had no choice but protect people he thought were about to be killed. >> the front of this store is where san francisco police officers fired on a suspect would was pointing a gun into a crowd of people. the chief says it happened at 2:00 a.m. after a fight broke out among two groups of people, some of whom had left the elbow room earlier. >> a man pulled a gun on the group. citizens ran into the parking lot of mission station. calling the attention to the officers that somebody had pulled a gun on the group. reporter: two officers responded. >> and hearing that the folks were either going to be shot or killed, fired responsible the suspect, striking the suspect, and we don't know the circumstances of the oth
neighborhood. tonight police are looking for answerle i'm ama daetz. it happened overnight in san francisco. sergio quintana is live on the scene with the latest. reporter: this neighborhood was shut down for a few hours as police collected clues in ts investigation. right now police have not -- have only released some very basic details. officers came here in response to a 9-1-1all just before 2:30 this morning. when they arrived they found man in his mid-20s had been shot, and died. another man was taken into custody, and motion say he is the onlyct. a neighbor tells us she heard a commotion just after she got home from work early this morning. >> i could hear a couple fighting, screaming, and then all of a sudden i could hear the gun go off. and then the lady was crying really hard, and she called the police, and i could hear the police coming in, a i could hear them saying that one person is dead. reporter: so far there are plenty of questio b answered her police have not mentioned anything about a woman being involved. they also have nat released the identity of the younger man who was
makes the new ñ Ñ,ÑjÑpr9çit >> ama: good evening. i'm ama daetz. tonight, an amtrak train with 178 passengers and crew onboard derailed in fremont. the conductor told authorities it was a track-related issue. no one was hurt. amtrak will use the remaining engine to power the train to vancouver. >> a candlelight victimle was held in union city in honor of a man shot by police. his family and friend insist he was murdered. >> a 16-year-old from san jose saved the life of a little boy who went over the fall. he said his -- adrenaline took over and jumped into and managed to grab the boy. >> a gun show in the cow palace brought out thousands of people. >> there was a different voice coming from the white house today on the president's weekly radio address. it was not president obama but a mother who lost her son at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. david muir has the details. >> my name is francine wheeler. my husband david is with me. our young-under son, ben, age six, was murdered in his first-grade classroom on december 14th, exactly four months ago this weekend. reporter: this
. >> ama: good evening. i'm ama daetz. tonight, an amtrak train with 178 passengers and crew onboard derailed in fremont. the conductor told authorities it was a track-related issue. no one was hurt. amtrak will use the remaining engine to power the train to vancouver. >> a candlelight victimle was held in union city in honor of a man shot by police. his family and friend insist he was murdered. >> a 16-year-old from san jose saved the life of a little boy who went over the fall. he said his -- adrenaline took over and jumped into and managed to grab the boy. >> a gun show in the cow palace brought out thousands of people. >> there was a different voice coming from the white house today on the president's weekly radio address. it was not president obama but a mother who lost her son at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. david muir has the details. >> my name is francine wheeler. my husband david is with me. our young-under son, ben, age six, was murdered in his first-grade classroom on december 14th, exactly four months ago this weekend. reporter: this week francine wheeler and he
have their way this could be the last ever in the bay area. i'm ama daetz. the gun debate gets more intense tonight. nick smith is live outside the cow palace where the gun show just wrapped up tonight. reporter: just wrapped up, and moon those same leaders are headed to sacramento as well as the event organizer, crossroads of the west. hair going to sacramento on tuesday and hope to have their voices heard. those i spoke with today say they believe the way to curb gun violence is limiting gun shows like the one held here at the cow palace. a california state senator proposed legislation that would require joint approval from both san mateo county and san francisco board supervisors before gun shows could be held at the cow palace. the bill would not ban gun shows but places controls at the county level for the event. those who are gun owners say it's not fair. but the senator says san mateo and san francisco counties are not alone in wanting to put a stop to gun shows. >> alameda county, marin county, los angeles county, all passed local ordinances banning gun shows on county prope
daetz is headed to boston and will be tweeting updates as well. >> the three teens accused over sexual assaulting a high school student that later killed herself will appear in a hearing tomorrow. the family of audrey potts is stepping up efforts to keep the boys charged in custody. we are live to begin our team coverage. david? >> audrey potts mother, stepmother and father will be here tomorrow to seek a judge not to release those three teenagers from custody. they outlined their reasoning for the first time.. >> these are the mothers, stepmother and father of audrey pott. thursday's arrest of three teenagers has them seeking justice. >> she made her feeling clear in messages we're left to find. there is no doubt the reason why audrey took her life z three people who were arrested are responsible for her death. >> stepmother is referring to messages sent to friends in them saying her life was ruined after allegedly be sexual assaulted after drinking at a friend's house. >> these boys, these young men have a history what. they did was disguflting. what they did was they did it sober. >
is from the bay area. we have ama daetz live tonight. >> ama. >> and now, catherine and allen hern ran in the san francisco marathon and catherine qualify forward boston. they debated and decided she would come and run because it would be the opportunity of a lifetime. they're now in the hospital where their son was behind barricades one street back. >> these this is a brave kid. i don't know if i can do as well as he did. >> the 11-year-old enjoying time with his family the day before the race but those april happy moments were shattered while waiting for his mom to finish the boston marathon. they heard the first explosion. >> about 10 seconds later the bomb blew up to our left, about 10 feet. it was chaos. >> allen grabbed abby and ran with the crowd but realized aaron wasn't there. he ran back. >> i found him on the sidewalk on his back. we had other people injured he talked to me and said my leg really hurts daddy but he was doing, being brave. >> aaron went to children's hospital with a major leg wound. >> went down to the skin and the fat and superficially on the muscle but not
bombings. >> let's begin in boston. abc 7 news reporter ama daetz reporting live. >> like you said there has been a lot going on hear in boston today. with a word that a suspect had been arrested and taken to the court house. people went to the court house. it turned out not to be true. while everyone was outside there was a bomb scare. so they had to evacuate the court house and now, this is happening we're supposed to be getting a news conference because of that bomb scare they had cancel that one that was supposed to take place here shortly. now, there is progress in the investigation. as you said, abc has learned that there is an image of a man dropping off a bag that police are look looking into, trying to figure out who that man is had and that man could be who is responsible. the investigation continues people here of boston continue to rally around each other and try to stay strong, and move forward. we are boston strong. this message from boft ron to the world as residents try to move forward after the bombing. >> this is
now, you can see the gorgeous blue sky, still clear and very sunny. good evening, i'm in for ama daetz who is on assignment in boston. we want to get right to abc7 meteorologist leigh glaser for a look at the heat. any records today? >> leigh: no records today but turning to live doppler 7hd and you can see no returns. we're in a very dry weather pattern, and would you take a look at the highs for today. no records, although very toasty. santa rosa, 87. 81 in oakland. livermore, 89. san jose, 84. these numbers well above where we should be. check out the 24-hour change. up ten degrees from this time yesterday in santa rosa. up 11 at sfo. and we could have some record highs tomorrow. i'll show you which areas could see these records. >> turning now to boston,
control to handle a bedbug infestation. ama daetz has the story. >> i've never seen a bedbug infestation in a restaurant. that is unusual. >> heather is with the county of environmental health. they received a complaint about bedbugs in the furniture in campbell. they confirmed that the specimen was a bedbug. starbucks have been pro-active. >> they brought the pest control company in. they had several treatments. there is no evidence that kioblt found that bugs are currently there. >> a customer heard about the bedbugs but isn't concerned. >> i think they removed all what they call the soft furniture. i don't think it's going to be too big of a problem. >> the county says starbucks has a pest control company that continues to follow up on the problem, they bite but not known to carry a disease. >> find information on how to deal with bedbugs on abc7news.com. it sounds creepy. >> let's get a check of the weekend forecast. >> live doppler 7-hd. the weather is looking fantastic for the weekend. we will see the usual low clouds and fog around the bay first thing in the morning and that is wh
and trying to run off. good evening, i'm ama daetz. it happened in pittsburg in corrosion -- contra costa county. this sketch has been released and police are looking for the man who was scared off by the wild's mother. lisa amin gulezian has the latest. >> lisa: just a little while ago officers started going door to door with this flier in hand. a sketch of a man police say tried to kidnap a little girl yesterday afternoon. police hope the man in the flyer will look familiar to someone who can help identify him. the attempted kidnapping happened just before 2:00 here at snow flake way and raindrop circle. the man walked up to a two-year-old girl as she played in her driveway. he grabbed her and started running. her mother screamed and chased the suspect, who topped the little girl in bushes and kept running. police have been searching the neighborhood for clues. special search dogs were brought no to try to catch the suspect's seen -- scent. those who live neared are scared and worried about the children in the neighborhood. >> there are other little kids around in the neighborhood, and
evening, i'm ama daetz. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana is live with a look at the efforts to raise aware nose on safety. >> on the given weekend there are plenty of people in the castro, and this evening there were a couple of organizations passing out tips like this, tips and information encouraging revelers to think about their safety. >> do you have a whistle? >> no. >> we need a whistle. >> on this busy saturday night the sisters of perpetual indulgence are helping get the word out. >> people come here and think it's the gay mecca and there's this cloak of safety. but we live in a pig city. >> san francisco has seen a recent ceremony surge of mugsings, especially people on their smartphones and not paying attention. >> somebody stole my phone and i started chasing, and then a second person pushed me to the ground. >> this is a picture of the cuts and bruises suffered from that attack. now he is helping pass out safety kits. included in the kit is a safety whistle, something that had been used to ward off gay bashing in decades past. now they have a new use. >> you should blow o
. >>> good evening, i'm ama daetz. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana is live with a look at the efforts to raise aware nose on safety. >> on the given weekend there are plenty of people in the castro, and this evening there were a couple of organizations passing out tips like this, tips and information encouraging revelers to think about their. >> safety. >> do you have a whistle? >> no. >> we need a whistle. >> on this busy saturday night the sisters of perpetual indulgence are helping g wordhe word out. >> people come here and think it's the gay mecca and there's this cloak of safety. but we live in a pig city. >> san francisco has seen a recent ceremony surge of mugsings, especially people on their smartphones and not paying attention. >> somebod my phone and i started chasing, and then a second person pushed me to the ground. >> this is a picture of the cuts and bruises suffered from that attack. now he is helping pass out safety kits. included in the kit is a safety whistle, something that had been used to ward off gay bashing in decades past. now they have a new use. >> you should
changes. good evening, i'm ama daetz. >> the federal agency says the whole regulatory system needs to be overhauled. we are live tonight with the story. heather? >> the federal chemical safety board told legislatures the fire democrat straets how the current patch work simply does not work. and that california has an tunlt to. >> investigations have shown the company knew the pipe was in danger as lng as twut and yet, did nothing about it. today the chemical safety board or csb told legislatures that the fines and citations coming after the fact are more like emergency management than prevention. csb says state and nation's whole system of refineries has to be overhauled. >> the whole system needs improvement. there is no one kponent you can identity that doesn't need improvement to be part of a package. and i think biggest point i want to make is the life blood of safety sim provement. >> the csb says in the u.s. the emphasis is too much after the fact. the board says the prove safe practices as precondition for being able to operate. >> for example chp receives reports from swiss
and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> good evening, i'm ama daetz in type of's headlines, a big fuel leak has closed a caltrain service in san francisco. 800 gallons of fuel seeped out. crews have to take up the tricks to get out the fuel. that will take some time. the caltrains are running, bypassing the station. >> a two-year-old hurt in an accident is on the mend. corey abrams underwithin disk fusion surgery. three california touris are recovering from wounds from a fight outside a san francisco hotel. the tourist got in a fight and two of them were robbed. >> police in southern california are again fielding emergency calls that send them to the homes of celebrities. there will four this week in the l.a. area and the authorities want to catch the hoax callers. >> calls sound frighteningly real. >> they shot my wife. >> you just shot -- >> this one part of a prank known as swatting is fake. callers use so-called spoofing software to disguise their real phone number, doo wopping 9-1-1 operators and sending police officers to emergencies that don't
are southwest. welcome aboard. >>> good evening. i'm ama daetz in for dan ashleyly. we begin with new information in the case of a paramedic murdered last week. police have recovered a vehicle they say may be connected to the investigation into the death. the oakland tribune reports the car was found near horace mann elementary school three miles from where boyer was shot on keller avenue. >> reporter: 34-year-old quinn boyer was shot in the head driving his car in the oakland hills last week. take a look at this view from sky 7 hd. someone in another vehicle fired at boyer, striking him at least twice before his car uprooted this tree as it went off the road, crash into the ravine. immediately after officers arrived they began canvassing the neighborhood for clues. neighbors said police told them they were looking for are a gold dodge intrepid with four men inseed. new information from oakland police. >> we have recovered a vehicle we feel is involved. >> reporter: he would not elaborate, telling me only the car is evidence and as such critical to their investigation. >> well, of cou
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